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Furthur Live at US Bank Arena on 2010-11-14

by Furthur

Topics Audience, Toaste


Set One - 65 min.
01. Dancin' in the Streets
02. Althea
03. Me and My Uncle
04. Friend of the Devil
05. Cold Rain and Snow
06. Seven Hills of Gold
07. Birdsong
08. Promised Land

Set Two - 115 min.
01. Deal
02. Sugar Magnolia
03. Scarlet Begonias
04. Estimated Prophet
05. He's Gone
06. King Solomon's Marbles
07. Days Between
08. Fire on the Mountain
09. Throwing Stones
10. Sunshine Daydream
11. Donor Rap
12. E: Samson and Delilah


Collection Furthur
Band/Artist Furthur
Venue US Bank Arena
Location Cincinnati, OH

Source OTS/back of floor > AKG 398 and AKG 391 > Realistic 4-channel to stereo mixer > M-Audio Microtrack II @ 44.1kHz > .wav > Compact Flash
Lineage Compact Flash > USB > Maxtor 6L200P0 > Sound Forge XP 4.5 > Fades & Tracks > .wav > Trader's Little Helper > Flac
Taped by Toaste
Transferred by Toaste

Notes

- I did not cut the second set for CDs, but it would require two discs. There is a great spot after King Solomon's Marbles.
-If you hear the guy yelling during the second set, you'll be glad to know that he was intentionally trying to create disruptions on the tapes. I'll never understand that.

Reviews

Reviewer: Yossarian08 - - July 20, 2012
Subject: great Furthur show
Furthur don't always play with the energy they had on this night. The crowd was great and the band were tight all night. Dancin' was a welcome opener, but mostly a warm-up. The real fire started with Althea. Seven Hills Of Gold (a reference to the seven hills of Cincinnati? Probably not, but a cool coincidence) was cool and led nicely into a great 16 minute Bird Song. The place went nuts during Promised Land- a pretty fast version for Furthur. Jeff and John both played inspired, energy-elevating solos all night. That first set energy carried over into a rocking Deal and great Sugar Mag (with Bob sounding better than a lot of Furthur versions). From the Scarlet on, the jams were spacy, open, long and well done. As far as Furthur shows go, this is this is about as good as it gets. You won't regret downloading this one!
Reviewer: wicked stickies - - November 23, 2010
Subject: totally agree..
with the first reviewer about the tempo, but its a good thing. The sound quality of this show is on par or better than the rest of the tour,(IMO on work computer speakers)
not sure whats worse....moochers who listen to free shows and never support band by attending concerts or people who pay to go to shows and talk and yell the whole time?

4 stars for setlist
3.5 stars sound
Reviewer: G. Ganter - - November 19, 2010
Subject: The nasty
Of all the shows posted here this tour, the second set at Cincinnati seems to be the strongest. Really inspired from start to finish. I even liked the Estimated, which these days can be a chore.
Reviewer: shermski - - November 17, 2010
Subject: Toaste
sorry some wooks felt the need to yell in your mic, thank you forgetting us this recording i'm enjoyin it.
Reviewer: Grateful-Joe - - November 16, 2010
Subject: Great return to Cincy
It was great to have Phil and Bobby back in town. After seeing the shows in Brooklyn and Red Rocks I thought this would be a let down show and they certainly proved me wrong!
Reviewer: Sugaree1 - - November 16, 2010
Subject: Thanks as always
Sounds great, as do al the shows this tour so far. Does anyone know if they allowed recording at Chaifetz on 11/11? THis is the only show not up yet, thanks again to all the tapers, great work and much love!
Reviewer: hey~now - - November 16, 2010
Subject: Awesome!
This show was great - the band was on fire and so were the fans. Great setlist - lots of fun!!!
Reviewer: bmw1975 - - November 16, 2010
Subject: Very Good
This show more closely follows the format of a late 80s / early 90s Dead show in terms of setlist. I'll bet Phil's wife didn't decide on this one... maybe Phil & Bob came up with the list before starting or even on the fly. Also, the tempo of the songs is faster--especially noticeable on Althea. I like it!!!
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